December 13, 2012
In the news this morning: The commission looking into corruption in Quebec has caused a “can of worms” to be opened with regard to corruption in provinces across Canada.
This lends credibility to the email I received purportedly from the cousin of Alan Kippax in which he accuses several politicians all the way to the P.M. of Canada, Steven Harper.
EXCERPT from email:
Mr. Dave Thornton
I received the Email from Mr. Bannister to get in contact with you. I found Mr. Bannister on a blog just recently as I did a google search on Alan, this is also how I found out he was sentenced to jail last week, thank the Lord. I pray for that family who's lives he changed forever. I met you a while back, when you first started going after Alan, back when he was running treasure traders International/earnfirm. I am one of Alan Kippax's Cousins, from Toronto. I no longer live there, I have moved out of Canada oversea's where I can try to start a new life and get away from the shadow that was hanging over me known as Alan.
I was with Alan for alot of his shady business deals. I have seen him pay off many people, such as the likes of Jean Chretien, and Paul Martin back when they were in power of Canada, and more recently Stephen Harper. He has also paid off Ralph Klien back when he was Premier of Alberta, and more recently Ed Stelmach, and the commissioner of the RCMP. The list goes on…
RCMP and other government authorities refuse to investigate this email notwithstanding years of protecting Alan Kippax, his father Frank (a former UK and Canadian police officer) and their scams and notwithstanding finally being forced to arrest 13 of his top predators; one a school teacher; one a banker.
Here are other puzzling allegations of corruption just last year under Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach.
EXCERPT: Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach has spoken: there will be no judicial inquiry into accusations of intimidation, hush money and hanky-panky in health care.
His intemperate and weirdly timed response late Sunday only lends credibility to the accusations leveled Friday by Independent Edmonton-Meadowlark MLA Raj Sherman and all four opposition leaders at a history-making news conference.
Ed Stelmach's weird Sunday statement rejecting judicial inquiry lends credibility to Alberta health allegations | rabble.ca
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